The Second Stage of our Rip Curl Competition is finally over and we’ve got the winners right here! Don’t get too cocky though, as we still have our Third and final Stage before Rip Curl gives away their insane prizes!
Do you guys go looking for trouble or does it find you? That was the theme of the 2nd Stage of our Rip Curl Competition where we received well over 1700 bad-ass submissions. How bad ass you say? Well, you’ll just have to look at the winners that Rip Curl picked out! They’ve certainly imbibed the carefree, laid-back lifestyle that Rip Curl is known for.
Congratulations to the winners! We’re in for the home stretch as there is one final stage to go to before we announce the grand champion that will live a life of surf, sea and sand in the RipCurl Pro Bells Beach in April 2011. Check out the competition site for more info. For now, here are the winner for this stage:
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